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Standsard revenue bonds are:

A.  Backed by the full taxing authority of the municipality.

B. Collateralized by the earnings from the specific project.

C. Bonds backed by Mortgages.

D. Backed by the US Tresury.

E. Allways offered with a best efforts offering.

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